Williams Week – 4th May 2020 – The Week in Review

A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:

“One thing I learned earlier in my career was at Williams where my management company at the time managed to negotiate a much more lucrative financial package at McLaren than a two-year contract that was on offer from Williams”

David Coulthard: Red Bull, Ireland and no regrets from life in Formula One’s fast lane

Following an extensive search, the team appointed the sport and entertainment agency and says the partnership ‘intends to disrupt traditional deal structures and deliver new opportunities for partners and venture developers in Formula 1.’

Industry Shorts: Williams F1

“I remember going to Spa with two contracts for Ayrton, one for McLaren and one for Williams. And Ayrton knew, I think, that he should have gone to Williams,” Julian Jakobi

Senna had Williams contract ready to sign for 1992 season

“If people are still rusty, if people are going to make mistakes, it’s going to be in the opening few races, so I need to make sure I’m not one of them.” – George Russell

‘Rusty’ first few races ‘an opportunity’ for Williams

“It was getting to the stage where the human input was becoming beyond the physicality of a driver,” – Mark Blundell.

Mark Blundell on a great Williams and a terrible McLaren

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